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SCANDINAVIE / SCANDINAVIA

Contact details

Gift stand
Ebba Odhner
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Food stand
Maria Osterblad
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This part of the Bazaar represents the Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The stand is in two parts; one sells gift items which we think are typical of our respective countries and the other foods, also representative. We would like to give you an idea of what we offer, but we cannot list everything!

Welcome to the Scandinavian Stand 2018!


Gift Stand

Our visitors tell us that they consider visiting the Scandinavian stands is the true start of the Christmas season.

The countries in northern Europe has a long and well-known tradition in making the most appealing Christmas decorations.

If you have never met a Swedish ”Tomte” (gnome) you have the opportunity to meet him at the Scandinavian stand in various versions. You can even bring him home to enforce the Yuletide feeling.

Pick up Finnish Moomin products for Moomin fans or Calendar candles from Denmark for the countdown to Christmas. Norway offers weather protection so you can enjoy endless winter walks with your dear ones.

You will find Christmas mugs and plates, glassware and clothes among other things. Then there are also stylish soft toys in traditional woolens


Food Stand

Welcome to enjoy the Scandinavian smorgasbord…The famous red Hot Dogs from Denmark, Finnish pastries, smoked and marinated salmon sandwiches from Norway, Elk meatballs and smoked reindeer rolls from Sweden and much more...

There is mulled wine (glögg), drinks of Aquavit, Finnish Lapponia, Danish Christmas Beer, Swedish Julmust and other delights.

Try “Glöet” which is sparkling wine with a touch of Xmas flavour and pick up Finnish chocolate from Fazer Special Edition, to celebrate Finland’s 100 years of independence.

You also have the opportunity to buy the award winning Norwegian KingMikal Salmon for your Christmas dinner.

The following support our food stand with supplies, discounts/free deliveries and not least by lending us a fridge and selling salmon!

Bakerson/Trendwell

Fresh look for the Scandinavian Stands!

In 2013 the Scandinavian Gift stand decided to replace the more than 40 year old construction by having a replica built by Forum pour l’emploi a.s.b.l. (http://www.fpe.lu).

The old Scandinavian Food stand was becoming a security risk and increasingly difficult to build up. In 2014 the stand was replaced by a new construction in the same design as the Gift stand.

We thank our sponsors below and, not at least, all you amazing people who every year is sharing with us how we Scandinavian’s celebrate Christmas.

H.H. Mortensen

Finnish ladies selling jumble at the Nordic Flea market